Author: Jo Fulwood52 results found:
Author: Jo Fulwood, 09 Oct 2020
Having responsive soils the key to gypsum success.
Author: Jo Fulwood, 13 Aug 2020
Results from trials across southern and Western Australia have reassured growers that farm input decisions have little impact on the susceptibility of wheat crops to reproductive frost.
Author: Jo Fulwood, 05 Aug 2020
@Harvestloss is an exciting twitter platform that has been guiding growers in their quest to reduce grain losses at harvest time.
Author: Jo Fulwood, 02 Aug 2020
Data from WA’s wheatbelt is suggesting deep ripping improves crop access to nitrogen fertiliser.
Author: Jo Fulwood, 30 Jul 2020
A global hunt is underway to discover genes that provide resistance to the Turnip Yellow Virus, with exciting discoveries already occurring in canola research
Author: Jo Fulwood, 28 Jul 2020
Exciting yield responses in trials in Western Australia’s eastern wheatbelt are changing the way researchers and growers think about gypsum applications
Author: Jo Fulwood, 27 Jul 2020
A 20-year paddock survey has highlighted the changing weed management practices of growers in WA’s northern agricultural region.
Author: Jo Fulwood, 26 Jul 2020
A landmark paddock survey project has painstakingly documented the weed management strategies of 27 growers in Western Australia’s northern agricultural region, highlighting the value of mixing and rotating weed control measures to achieve success.
Author: Jo Fulwood, 25 Jun 2020
Trials in Western Australia’s Great Southern region have confirmed an in-season fungicide application is an effective way to reduce the impacts of Loose smut in barley crops.
Author: Jo Fulwood, 20 Jun 2020
A desktop study of trials involving intercropping and companion cropping systems has illustrated the potential upside of this innovative agronomic tool.